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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Dr. Patton to Mend St. Kevin?s Parents Club Dr. L. W. Patlon was elected president of the Si. Kevin's Parent Club at the first meeting Tuesday night In Rosewood Heights. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Milo Nicst. vice president: Mrs. Georpo Peters, secretary; and Mrs. Sherald Hencghan, treasurer. The club decided to hold its Miss Christoe to Speak at U of I Miss Helen Christoe, head of the Wood River High School's English Department, will speak at a conference of the Illinois Association of Secondary Principals Oct. 8 at the University of Illinois. Miss Christoe will describe Wood River High School's four year English program and explain how the program meets the needs of the community. (meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. * OPEN M OPEN MONDAYS • FRIDAYS TILL 9 P.M. m annc 317 BELLE STREET ALTON, ILL. MONTH-END SPECIALS! SPECIAL GROUP REVERSIBLE RAIN OR SHINE UP TO $8.99 Daytime and Afternoon Types. Cottons Wools. Sizes for All! Natural, Olive or Black. Sizes 8-18 Youth Fined on Three Counts at East Alton $2.99 COTTON Shirtwaist Dresses... NROTC Applications Ready at Carrollton CARROLLTON - Guy 0. Pety. principal of Carrollton High School, is announcing that appli- •ations are now available for the Davy's 18th nationwide NROTC test which will be given Dec. 14 and all eligible male high school seniors and graduates may apply. On the basis of this test, personal interviews, physical examination and other factors more than 2,000 young men will be given college educations as midshipmen in NROTC units in 52 colleges and universities throughout the country. Registrations will close Nov. 22 and informational bulletins and applications are available from the senior class sponsor in the local school or the nearest U.S. Navy Recruiting Station. To be eligible to apply the young men must be over 17 but not yet 21 on June 30, 1964. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — David Hembrough, assistant Greene County farm adviser, spent Wednesday at Morton attending the farm progress show. Richard McLane, Greene county clerk, spent Monday and Tuesday attending a state meeting for county clerks at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Supanich of Detroit, Mich., arrived Monday and are guests until Friday of Mrs. Supanich's relatives including Mr. and Mrs. John Allala and Mrs. Leo Simonds of Carrollton, Mr. and Mrs. William Vigus Roodhouse, William Kirbach Fayette and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McLane of Eldred. They will be accompanied home Fri- by Mrs. Margaret Gray of Ronald Arthur Rogers, 17, 716 E. 7th St., Alton, was fined a total of $65 and costs on three counts by Police Magistrate O. W. Vernor Wednesday as the result of a hit and run accident on Kinghighway at St. Louis Avenue. According to East Alton police, Rogers, who pleaded guilty to the three charges, hit the left rear of a car owned by Larry Manns, 23, 1302 Spaulding Ave., Alton, about 1:50 a.m. Wednesday and then left the scene of the accident. Manns told police that the Rogers vehicle had been following Liberty Prairie Club to Meet EDWARDSVILLE - Liberty Prairie Women's Club will meet Oct. 2 at the home of Mrs. Elm e r Weslerholt, Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Raymond Werts will be program chairman. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — One area resident was admitted Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and one patient was discharged. James Heepke, Rte. 1, was admitted and Mrs. Eva Schneider, 422 No. Buchanan, was discharged. Detroit, who spent three weeks here visiting her sisters and brothers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Covey spent Sunday in Lincoln at t h e close auto on Louis BEIRUT — Match production if soaring in Lebanon. Coaching Staff Talks To Roxana Rotarians drive were made. Bill Slayton of Alton was a visiting Rotarian. Robert Kissack was chairman of the program at the Wednesday evening meeting of Roxana Rotary Club at Roxana First Presbyterian church and he introduced the football staff of the Roxana High school, where he is principal. Morris Tschannen, head varsity Twice daily the world's highest tides funnel into Minas Basin, eastern arm of the Bay of Fundy. When the moon exerts its maximum pull, tides rise and fall as 1 much at 53 feet. Avenue for some time. Manns id he pulled to the curb on Kingshighway to let Rogers pass when the collision occured. A breakdown of the charges against Rogers and the fines assessed include: leaving the scene of an accident, $15 and costs; disorderly conduct, $25 and costs; md reckless driving, $25 and costs. Fire Damages Kitchen In East Alton Home Considerable damage was caused to the kitchen of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cannon at 600 Ohio St., East Alton, when grease burst into flames shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Cannon said she was boiling a pan of grease with a lid over it and when she took the lid off, the grease burst into flames causing about $100 damage to the kitchen. The fire was extinguished by village firemen. It's Going Up HELSINKI — The standard of living is rising so fast in Finland the recreation goods must now be imported rapidly. home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Satterfield. Juilliard*-the aristocrat off suits Juilliard suits are flawlessly tailored for those who can afford the best. Yet you pay no premium for the truly exceptional quality in these luxurious suits. The unusually rich worsted fabrics are among the finest loomed in America. Choose from a wide range of distinctive fall patterns and colors in the very newest models. These are suits you'll be proud to wear. Every one is guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money refunded. 44 88 «o 49" comp. valuoi $66 to WO There's never a charge for alterations at Robert Hall OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TIL 6 PM IAY rr AWAY IAKE MONTHS TO PAY No mlO'tit P> »«rvici Vht'g**' II you chingi •9M* mind, you' money fjh*frfully r»fund»dl OPEN fVfRY NIGHT 'Til 9: HERE'S WHY YOU 8AVI AT ROBERT HALL • Wo sell lor c*»h only! • Them «re no ciedit chargeil • Vi/« havs no credit losses! • You save bscauie we i«vol 2821 Godfrey Rood (Rt. 67) Just North of Delmar Ave. at the Beltllne Highway coach spoke and Charles Raich, assistant varsity coach, Bill Mygatt, sophomore coach and Lew Shaver, freshman coach elaborated. They spoke of the changes this year in offensive fbrmation and what was done in the las few games. 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